Save on hundreds of DRM-free video games in the new Humble Store sale.
A huge sale of excellent indie games – all of which are DRM-free – has started today on the Humble Store. There are no quests to complete, just a bunch of good games with decent price cuts.
Our recommendations include Arvi Teikari’s staggeringly inventive puzzler, Baba is You, and Greg Lobanov’s joyous platform game, Wandersong. Those who want to practice the dark arts might find solace in Weather Factory’s Cultist Simulator, and players of a flighty nature should check out, erm, Owlboy.
There are some genuine Indie classics featured in the sale, so if you’re yet to play the likes of Gone Home, FTL: Faster than Light, or Limbo, now’s your chance.
Head over to the Humble Store for the full lineup of discounted DRM-free games. The sale ends on Monday, July 8, 2019 at 8 am PT. Here are some of our favourite titles.
Humble DRM-Freedom Sale highlights
- Banished – 66% off
- Baba is You – 30% off
- Chasm – 35% off
- Cultist Simulator – 33% off
- Day of the Tentacle Remastered – 85% off
- The Escapists – Humble Deluxe Edition – 75% off
- FTL: Faster Than Light – 75% off
- Gone Home – 67% off
- Into the Breach – 50% off
- Mini Metro – 50% off
- Outlast 2 – 75% off
- Owlboy – 30% off
- Prison Architect – 75% off
- Rogue Legacy – 80% off
- Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove – 20% off
- Silence of the Sleep – 96% off
- Steamworld Dig 2 – 50% off
- System Shock 2 – 75% off
- Teslagrad – 90% off
- Tumblestone – 81% off
- Wandersong – 40% off
Don’t forget that even with these discounts, proceeds from all Humble Store purchases go to deserving charities.
For news of more video game bargains, visit our dedicated sales page. For weekly updates on the new games coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One, visit our new releases page. And follow Thumbsticks on Twitter for regular news updates.
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